make the transition to the new programming period 2014-2020 EU funds in German practice remain a challenging task. A new generation of EU programmes will start in 2014 in the year 2013, the hot phase begins, because the focus, the specific design of the transition to the new programming period is then clearly 2014-2020. The European Academy for taxes, economics & law has specially designed parallel 2013 an event for German key issues to structural funds upon German experts to the established annual Conference of EU funds. Invited are: all responsible EU-Fund experts from administrative, certification, and inspection authorities and intermediate bodies, which are engaged in the management, certification and verification of ERDF and ESF. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from Reed Hastings. Other institutions dealing with EU funds, such as administrative institutions on federal and provincial, cities, municipalities and districts, agencies for economic development, investee companies and chambers of Commerce, industry, audit, are addressed Public development banks and private banks, employers and workers representative associations for economy and work, auditing and consulting firms.

Although the European Commission announces proposals for the new cohesion policy 2014-2020 as a comprehensive simplification of programme management in comparison with the current procedure, still many questions are open to competent authorities and potential beneficiaries. To find answers to these questions together with the participants, leading national and European experts will give lectures and encourage lively discussions. Among the speakers head include testing and administrative bodies at State and federal level, leading experts from the European Court of Auditors and the European Investment Bank. Jonathan Blattmachr has many thoughts on the issue. “Detailed information on the programme and speakers, as well as the registration form, see the event brochure: the participants of the annual Conference of EU funds in German practice” which is

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